What is catching a trophy fish worth to you? Will it change you as a person? To what degree would you go to catch a trophy?
A recent conversation caused a stirring in my mind. This individual referred to us[fishermen and ladies] as stewards of the water. At the time, I had very little opinion on the subject but decided to chew on the idea and now want to pose a few questions; Are there decisions and ultimately sacrifices to be made when we fish? Have we as stewards overstepped our bounds in the pursuit of trophy fish? Read more…
I want to introduce you to a well know fly fishing area that I spent much of my summer fishing, it was a place where I didn’t think I could catch big fish or even numbers of fish, but I was introduced to a body of water where I learned alot about trout and fly fishing. The Logan River, located in northern Utah, is home to a large population of Bonneville cutthroat trout. These fish are native to the Logan River. There are also two additional trout species, the brown trout and the brook trout. As you can guess browns and brookies are not native, but thrive in this river. You could say there is the trout trio in the Logan River!